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's called "your kids are your own fault. " thank you very much for joining us. >> appreciate it. >> happy new year again, we'll see you tomorrow. >> nice shirt, larry! >> thanks. >> we begin with a developing story in yemen where troops have reportedly killed two suspected al-qaeda members, that story broke a couple of hours ago, the u.s. embassy in yemen, closed for a second day, because of threats from al-qaeda. this by the way is new videotape we just received of the stepped -up security around the u.s. and british embassies in yemen. you can see blockades have been set up all around the embassy. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm greg jerden for bill hemmer gloovment i'm patty ann brown in for migin kelly. security is adding new screening steps around the country and around the world. >> we have team fox coverage with amy kellogg in london, laura ingle is at knew yark national airport. -- the newark airport. what's the story at snairp. >> these new guidelines, the new tsa guidelines went into effect at midnight and it has significantly changed the way airline passengers coming in from i
you have to ask yourself why wouldn't they just tell us the truth? i think you are going to freak out. tomorrow, i tell you the truth on how bad the situation really is and how the economy works. from new york, good night, america. >> bret: next on "special report" -- the president says the system has failed. and he wants it fixed. following the attempt to blow up an american jet. the specifics and the fall-out coming up. we'll look at what went wrong. the changing administration rhetoric. and how a radical cleric fits in. our healthcare reform series continues with a look at what mandated coverage will cost you. and what happened to the president's promise of transparency? and u.s. efforts to put the economic squeeze on iran are dealt a may a juhljor set-back. all this plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. ♪ ♪ >> bret: welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. not good enough. that's the message the national security community got today from president obama. following what he referred to as a screw-up. allowing a man to try to blow up an american airliner on christmas da
was a part of the federal reserve board. and then chairman of it when the economic crisis hit us and devastated us financially and economically. he did not warn against that. >> scott brown's upset win tuesday for ted kennedy's senate seat in massachusetts isn't helping bernanke. brown rode a wave of populist anger opposing bank bail-outs along with healthcare reform. votes count more in this fight. critics plan to filibuster. it will take 60 votes to break it. senate sources say that as of today, bernanke still appeared to have more than 60 yes votes. >> he did do a very, very good job during the rescue efforts. which could have led, if they didn't happen, to the great depression. so i'm supportive of bernanke but will continue to be a strong critic of the fed in areas where i disagree. >> now supporters believe that at the end of the day, bernanke will be reconfirmed, because if not, it could rock financial markets by creating new uncertainty. that is one reason why one democrat mary landrieu of louisiana, announced late this afternoon, she will support his renomination. bret?
have been aware of the threat from the group it says was behind the attack. as the u.s. targets one of those men, there are questions about legal rights and wrongs in the war on terror. new unemployment numbers are out, but they don't tell the whole story. and how will differences in abortion policy be resolved in healthcare reform legislation. part five of jim angle's series. all that, plus the fox all-stars and the friday lightning round right here, right now. welcome to washington, i'm bret baier. the man authorities say tried to blow up an american airliner on christmas day went before a judge today. correspondent steve brown has the story from detroit. in his first court appearance, umar farouk abdulmutallab through his attorney pled not guilty to all six counts in the federal indictment charging him with attempting to detonate a bomb concealed in his underwear aboard northwest flight 253. wearing a white t-shirt and olive pants, the nigerian national spoke softly as he confirmed he was not challenging being held without bond. standing with abdulmutallab, miriam ceiver, one of
of transparency? and u.s. efforts to put the economic squeeze on iran are dealt a may a juhljor set-back. all this plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. ♪ ♪ >> bret: welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. not good enough. that's the message the national security community got today from president obama. following what he referred to as a screw-up. allowing a man to try to blow up an american airliner on christmas day. senior white house correspondent major garrett reports on the president getting tough with his team. >> reporter: president obama delivered a harsh grade and gave agencies on the front line battling terror stern new instructions. >> time and again we learned quickly piecing together information and taking swift action is critical to saying one step ahead of nimble adversary so we have to do better. and we will do better. we have to do it quickly. american lives are on the line. >> reporter: mr. obama met for two hours with the anti-terror team and though he promised accountability, no heads rolled. he said the problem wasn't the information on bombing suspect umar fa
jane: that is to do it for us "the live desk" is up next. trace: and this is "the live desk." brand-new pictures and breaking news will always be in the boxes on the right-hand side of your screen. that is a live look at tampa, florida. waiting for the president to hold a town hall. about jobs and more jobs. the push in central florida is for a high-speed train between tampa and orlando. that would hopefully create thousands of jobs. in the middle box they were once said to be the most brutal regime in the world. now there is talk of letting the taliban serve in the afghanistan government. who thinks the olive branch is mightier than the sword. and in the bottom box toyota has recalled several million cars and has stopped selling their top eight models including camry and corolla. all because the gas pedals may stick. the company that makes those gas pedals is under the microscope. but our top story today, the president hits the road to sell his jobs plan to the country just as we are getting more stark news about just how bad unemployment has gotten. new weekly numbers from the lab
bill: thank goodness the roads are safe now, aren't they? we have that going for us! which ain't bad. see you tomorrow. martha: see you tomorrow, everybody. >> good morning i'm jane skinner along with jon scott, happening now, the taliban says it is behind an attack near a u.s. military base in afghanistan. a militant in a mini-bus has blown himself up outside camp phoenix in kabul. bill: and a man is arrested in a new jersey hotel, he was armed to the teeth wearing a bulletproof vest an carrying a map of a u.s. military base and wait until you hear what else they found. >> also security at are borders is making it harder for illegals to sneak into this country on foot but now, they are getting creative. what route the traffickers are using, to get their human cargo into our country and how can we stop it? >> we begin with your money... president obama is showing concern about the nation's rising mountain of debt. the latest estimate from the congressional budget office, is just in this morning, and it is pretty sobering. it pegs this year's budget deficit at $1.3 trillion. now
you again. what can you tell us about this unbelievable rescue of this man that we heard pulled from the rubble today after 11 days? >> reporter: it is an incredible story. as we understand it, someone was walking by this marketplace, they heard a knocking sound. they thought there might be someone buried in shallow rubble. the u.s. and french teams were nearby. they were rushed to the scene and in a few minute, they were able to pull the man out. some say he's 23, others say he's 32. he's one lucky man. we talked, fox news talked to a french official there who says that indeed, he will be okay. there is no problem. they believe that he's going to be checked out at a hospital and in a few days, he will return, unbelievably to a normal life after being buried in a rubble of a market for 11 days. that is one of the good stories here. >> it begs the question, brian, on the day when authorities have called off the search and rescue and switched to full recovery, perhaps are they doing this a bit too early? >> reporter: well, it's a hard call. you have to wonder, how many people might sti
take up arms again, against the u.s. democrats lose a second senator in two days. we will have fox team coverage on who is quitting, why and what it means for this fall's election. the i.r.s. prepares to take a closer look at your tax preparer. all that, plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. ♪ ♪ >> bret: from washington, i'm bret baier. new report says terror suspects released from guantanamo bay prison are much more likely to return to the old ways than we thought. national correspondent catherine herridge look at the numbers and what they mean. >> reporter: at least one in five detainees has returned or is suspected of returning to the battlefield according to three knowledgeable sources familiar with the pent review. this is a significant jump from april when pentagon officials confirmed one in seven detainees was back in the fight or 14%. pentagon spokesman would not comment directly on the report because it's classified but after being peppered with questions he did not deny the rate is climbing. >> we have done two reports we released publicly. one showed at 11% and an
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